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Charity deregistered after funds spent on KFC, haircuts, holidays, pay tv

    Matt Nippert

Trade Me accounts reveal parent company loans

Duncan Bridgeman

Online auction company Trade Me lent its Australian parent Fairfax Media $192.7 million in 2010 and paid out $220 million in dividends in 2011, according to just-released financial statements.

ACC takes up 10% of Allied Farmers shares

    Duncan Bridgeman

Government shifts to ETS go-slow

Colin Williscroft

The next phase of the emissions trading scheme will be slowed. Smith says it needs to weigh the on business and households in difficult economic times.

Vodafone loses 50,000 customers

Chris Keall

More bad news on top of the loss of its iPhone monopoly.

Does ISP's subliminal ad breach standards?

  Alex Walls

Y&R hires new creative heads and looks for more

Alex Walls

Y&R have announced new hires with a new head of art and design and a new creative director, with plans for more senior creative hires

Electronic card spending up again in October

NBR staff

"It certainly appears that the Rugby World Cup and the later-than-usual school holidays boosted electronic card spending in October".

HSBC latest to lower fixed mortgage rates

Conor O'Brien

HSBC drop four-year fixed home loan rates by 25 basis points.

Telecom to sell iPhone 4S - and beats Vodafone to online orders

Chris Keall

UPDATED: Commentator warns about the fine print in Telecom's iPhone 4S plans; Telecom responds | Telecom shares rise.

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